With hit songs like "Adelaide" and "Everybody Wants You," Toronto artist Johnny Orlando has already achieved great success, and he's only 18 years old.

In an interview for Narcity’s qNa series, the young singer talks Toronto, dating, Drake, and what it's like making music videos during a pandemic.

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When speaking of his passionate fanbase, Orlando shows a discerning appreciation for them, saying “I just really genuinely love and care about my fans."

He added, "my fans are the only reason that I have any relevancy whatsoever. I appreciate them more than anything in the world."

The appreciation his fans have shown him is not the only recognition he has received either, as he recently earned a Juno Award nomination in the Pop Album of the Year category for the album It's Never Really Over.

In addition to his thriving music career, you can also occasionally find Orlando on his favourite social media platform TikTok - which he describes as "YouTube, but for people with short attention spans" - making videos alongside Toronto Mayor John Tory and NDP leader Jagmeet Singh.

Johnny Orlando

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Why You Should Know Them: Johnny Orlando is a Canadian musician, who at the age of 18, has already earned a Juno Award nomination. His latest music video "I Don't (with DVBBS)" featuring DVBBS and Ellie Zeiler recently dropped and has already amassed about 2 million views on YouTube.

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